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Yamaha DGX640W Digital Piano

by Yamaha
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  • 88 full size, fully weighted keys with Yamaha's Graded Hammer Standard keyboard
  • Over 500 high quality sounds and 160 accompaniment styles
  • USB To Device allows use of memory stick for data storage
  • 5 track song recorder
  • Includes deluxe custom keyboard stand
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Technical Details
Item Weight21 Kg
Product Dimensions44.5 x 139.9 x 76.1 cm
Item model numberDGX640W
  
Additional Information
ASINB003MVZ2FW
Best Sellers Rank 22,567 in Musical Instruments (See top 100)
Shipping Weight21 Kg
Date First Available30 Jun. 2010
  
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Authentic grand piano feel with a wealth of sophisticated features. The 88 graded hammer standard key keyboard houses 535 natural sound voices and 165 styles. DGX-640 is Yamaha''s most piano like keyboard, with weighted graded hammer actions, ultra-real feel and more. All the best sounds are available at the push of button and recording virtuoso performances is simple with built-in recorder. The Yamaha Education Suite and USB connectivity add functionality.

Box Contains

  • DGX640W Digital Piano
  • L-DGX stand
  • FC5 Sustain Pedal
  • Music Rest
  • Power Supply
  • Instruction Manual



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    45 of 45 people found the following review helpful By MacAvity on 11 Nov. 2012
    I am a former professional musician who, over the years, has played all sorts of pianos, acoustic and digital, costing from not very much to tens of thousands. So I feel well-qualified to comment on this easy on the pocket offering from Mr Yamaha.

    1. Despite what you may have read elsewhere, in my view DGX-640 is an excellent piano for learning on because of the graded hammer action that emulates the action of a real acoustic piano. Okay! It's not as good as on some of the more expensive digital and/or true acoustic pianos of quality. But the DGX-640 action is only slightly inferior and more than good enough for beginners and experienced players alike. In fact, I shall go so far as to say that you'd really have to be a top-notch pro to notice, or be annoyed by, the difference. To give you an example... My cousin has his DGX-640 right behind his Blüthner boudoir grand and loves them both to bits. I must also remark that, compared to the old banger of an acoustic upright that I was forced to learn on over fifty years ago, DGX-640 is a veritable Rolls-Royce. If they'd had affordable pianos like this when I were a lad I'd have thought I was in heaven. Meanwhile, my other piano now is a Yamaha CP300 stage piano and DGX-640 compares well to that in terms of sound and touch response, even though it costs about half the price (and weighs a good bit less too).

    2. Besides boasting a very fine piano sound, DGX-640 has loads of other instrument sounds with full automatic accompaniments in almost every musical style you can imagine.
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    5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Strummedit on 1 April 2013
    This is good, really good! - I could lose hours playing with this piano and that speaks volumes for it. In short it's a full length (88 key) hammer weighted keyboard with a whole load of extra things packed in too. It is not designed to be a traditional looking bit of furniture but it is sleek enough to blend into most surroundings.

    First things first, the "GHS" hammer mechanism that it uses, although not as authentic as the "GH3″ found on the higher Clavinova range, is still very pleasent to play and in some ways feels nicer to play if you are used to a lighter action. The main piano sound is excellent and very responsive and because the speakers (x2 6 watt) are open faced and point upwards towards the player so the sound really hits you in the face. (in a good way!)

    There are plenty of sounds (400+) to use, the accompaniments (165+) are fresh sounding and offer something useful for all styles of music and the recording section is a truly excellent tool for composition or for visiting teachers to leave examples! On the subject of learning to play there is also a brilliant tutorial section where you can play along with a backing track while the music is displayed on the screen, it even pauses while you pick out the correct notes. The only thing I would mark it down for is the small size of the screen which is fine for a young set of eyes but the more visually challenged senior folk may struggle a little to see.

    Overall this has to be one of the best piano/keyboards on the market for under a grand (£725 rrp), infact if you shop around there are a lot of places online selling it for £499! But beware, although it does come with a manual there is a lot to learn so I would recommend buying from a shop with good customer support and don't be afraid to haggle!

    Great for a beginner or a creatively minded experienced player I give it a brilliant 9/10.

    See more on my music gear review blog: strummedit.wordpress(dot)com
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    12 of 13 people found the following review helpful By M.R. on 11 Jan. 2011
    I have had this digital piano for about 2 months now and am really pleased with it. The quality of the sounds is really good, and the feel of the actual keyboard, although not 100% authentic,is very close, especially for the price.
    My only complaint is the sustain pedal. The pedal is really poor, and nothing like a real piano sustain pedal - I now use the pedal from my previous digital piano, a Roland, which is far superior. I really don't know why Yamaha supply this poor pedal, the cost of this pedal and a superior one is little.
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    2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By MrH on 19 July 2013
    I haven't played piano in years and have wanted to get a digital piano for quite some time so I went with the Yamaha DGX 640. It sounds great and has a wide range of voices, styles etc and I've yet to discover half of what it can do.

    I'd recommend to anybody who is new, or experienced with piano as this provides a realistic feel and great quality piano sounds.

    The record feature is really good and it's nice to hear how you play which can help you tweak and improve your performance overall. Not to mention how you can save your performances to USB stick and transfer them to your pc/laptop.

    Overall great product and worth every penny. If you have the money, buy it!
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    8 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Welsh Andy on 25 Mar. 2012
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    My first digital piano was a Yamaha Clavinova way back in the '80's. At that time I thought it was magnificent, but compared with this DGX640 it really wasn't that good at all. Incidentally, the Clavinova was two and half times the price of the DGX640.
    This DGX piano has incredible features for the money and sounds great. However, it is in need of a bigger amplifier. Although it can make itself clearly heard it leaves one with the impression that it's struggling. The great piano sounds are best heard through the headphones as the speakers do not do them justice. These issues don't bother me that much as I generally use phones anyway. I give the piano 4 or out five stars as it's worth every penny but in need of more power. I bought the 3 pedal option because the supplied pedal is disappointingly cheap looking.
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